Laulima Farm Fruit Stand

4.76 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
  • Address: 40755 Hana Hwy, Kipahulu, HI 96790, USA, Kula, United States
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Tags: Leisure, Family And Kids, Farm

You can stop for some time at the Laulima Farm Fruit Stand to relax and enjoy some mouthwatering refreshments. This is a family operated farm and it is situated in a picturesque mountainous location of Maui County, Hawaii. The farmland covers 13 acres of area and produces avocado, citrus, coffee, banana, papaya, ginger, corn, turmeric and much more following organic farming methods. You can check out the farmland and enjoy sitting at the shady bamboo garden areas of the Laulima Farm Fruit Stand where the owners will serve you dishes like waffles, coconuts and banana slices and freshly baked items along with coffee or fruit juices.

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  • Laulima Farm Fruit Stand Address: 40755 Hana Hwy, Kipahulu, HI 96790, USA, Kula, United States
  • Laulima Farm Fruit Stand Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
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Laulima Farm Fruit Stand Reviews & Ratings

  • Awesome place! And hopefully when you go will be a day when they bring in a fresh (and still warm) home baked goody. When I went they had corn bread and marmalade jam! Met a couple cool guys named Emil and Frodo. If you meet Emil, listen listen listen. He has wonderful healthy wisdom to share!

  • Beautiful people, beautiful road treats and fruit and some fantastic coffee! Perfect stop on your way back and forth on that wild road to and from our adventures!

  • Amazing stop! Everything we tried was delicious, the fresh fruit plate is a must. Take a walk through the garden and enjoy all of the hard work they have put into such a beautiful place. She had just put out chocolate that was handmade by the family.

  • Awesome place, very tasty farm fresh fruits. Other than that they have small farm on back and they have all tropical fruits. There r some lychee trees on next street and it was very sweet. I never eat that sweet lychee before. Owner of fruit stand is very friendly. He cut all fruits for us .

  • amazing place. loads of fresh fruit. be sure to ask if you are curious about any of the fruits - the service is friendly and she will tell you what a ripe fruit looks like and how/when best to eat it. limited seating (one table, some bar seats, and a private table enclosed by walls of bamboo growth! the bamboo as straws for the coconuts are a wonderful touch. love this place so much. definitely a hidden gem, so happy we stumbled across it.

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